As a sailing resort the coastline of northern Gallura, Sardinia has become a popular playground of the rich. Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean, characterized by a jagged and rocky coastline and interspersed with marvelous beaches. It is part of the territory of Italy. Intense karstic phenomena that had developed in this land resulted in the formation of about 1500 caves. Which provide exhilarating chances for adventurous climbs and hikes. Some of the world’s most ancient archaeological sites are present in Sardinia. It is a horde of natural resources, containing thousands of rare animals (Mediterranean Monk alSeal, boar ) and plant species. A destination for those seeking serenity as well as nature lovers. As Paula suggests make Ulassai, a small village in Sardinia your base camp. This limestone canyon provides an ample range of possibilities to satisfy the needs of both the novice and expert climber. For mountain bikers a number of trails are available as well. The ‘Lecorci’ waterfall most spectacular right after the rains provides some difficult climbs. From Northern Ulassai one can cross over the Genna Silana pass (1,017 meters) and trek the sheer Gola su Gorropu canyon. Touring in this area can include trips to prehistoric ruins like Tiscali. Now if you’re tired of walking and want to lounge and drool, move to the beaches of Vignola, Santa Teresa di Gallura and Porto Pollo.The island is well-known for hosting championship events such as the Kite surf World Cup. The trip would be incomplete without diving into the beautiful waters.